elv MAX! is one of the ways to do individual heating control of rooms.
In this sub forums you'll also find a solution called FHT. Created by the same company with some more extensive capabilities.
Depending on your choice of product of functional requirements either can be nice ways of central heating controlled on a room level.
FHT is currently remote controllable by using a CUNO/FHZ device which is has a layer of FHEM on top. However, the creator of DomotiGa is currently implementing FS20/FHT support into it's management suite. So it might be a viable option as well.
One thing I don't know about the MAX! system, perhaps one of the owners can tell me: Does it work autonomously? I get the feeling you need that MAX! base system which controls all the actuators and it requirs constant power from the wall.
The FHT system is battery powered (lasting up to 2yrs per charge) and works without a central system coordinating it and requiring constant power from a computer or wallsocket.
If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem!
Fibaro HC2, various z-wave switching, alerting, detection modules.
ELV FHT80b heating system.